31) Invigilation is a technique used by fraud investigators to authenticate documentation.
32) A well-prepared interview conducted by a skilled interviewer can sometimes result in a confession that completely unwinds a complicated case.
33) Calibration is part of the fraud triangle.
34) Polygraphs may sometimes be used to detect dishonesty in fraud investigations.
35) Individuals who respond more to audio stimuli typically look down and to the right, or simply vertically to the right, when recalling information.
36) Fraud investigator should immediately present the suspect with a written confession to sign once an oral confession is obtained.
37) The fraud report presents conclusions regarding a suspect's guilt.
38) Loss recovery options include accepting the loss, collecting insurance if available, and pursuing the perpetrator in court.
39) Expert consultants provide expert opinions and analyses to attorneys.
40) Discovery is a process in which opposing parties can require each other and relevant parties to produce out-of-court evidence